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Meet the Press - i-scratches A Compose On Action What amount do you think about the Presidents? Test your insight as we investigate 5 of our nation's most noteworthy pioneers taking into account a 2001 U.S. Dash Survey. 1. Ronald Reagan 18%
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Meet the Press - i-scratches A Write On Activity

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How much do you think about the Presidents? Test your insight as we investigate 5 of our country’s most noteworthy pioneers in light of a 2001 U.S. Dash Poll.

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1. Ronald Reagan 18% Ronald Reagan, the “Great Communicator,” was the fortieth President of the United States For two decades he acted in 53 motion pictures. In 1966 he was chosen Governor of California. He won the Presidential race in 1980

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1. Ronald Reagan 18% Only 69 days after he took office, he was shot by an eventual professional killer, however immediately recouped and came back to obligation. In 1984 Reagan and Vice-President Bush won a second term. Toward the end of his term, the Nation was making the most of its longest recorded time of peacetime success.

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2. John F. Kennedy 16% At just 44 years old, John F. Kennedy turned into the thirty-fifth and most youthful president of the United States. After graduation from Harvard, Kennedy joined the Navy. In 1943 he turned into a saint when his PT vessel was sunk by the Japanese, and Kennedy, regardless of his wounds, drove alternate mariners to wellbeing.

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2. John F. Kennedy 16% After the war he turned into a Democratic Congressman from Massachusetts. His Inaugural Address had the important line: "Ask not what your nation can accomplish for you- - approach what you can accomplish for your country." On November 22, 1963 Kennedy was executed by a professional killer\'s shot making him not just the most youthful man to serve as President, additionally the most youthful to kick the bucket.

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3. Abraham Lincoln 14% Abraham Lincoln was the main President to serve at once with our nation was at war with itself. Lincoln originated from exceptionally poor beginnings however tried phenomenal endeavors to learn and buckled down. In 1858 Lincoln kept running against Stephen A. Douglas for Senator and lost.

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3. Abraham Lincoln 14% As President he issued the Emancipation Proclamation that proclaimed slaves perpetually free. Toward the end of the Civil War Lincoln was urged Southerners them to set out their arms and join expediently in get-together. He was killed at Ford\'s Theater in Washington on Good Friday, April 14, 1865, by John Wilkes Booth, a performer, who bolstered the South.

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4. Bill Clinton 9% Bill Clinton was just the second U.S. president to be denounced and was found not liable by the House of Representatives. Amid his term this nation encountered the most minimal unemployment rate in advanced times, the least expansion in 30 years, dropping wrongdoing rates, and decreased welfare parts.

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4. Bill Clinton 9% Clinton moved on from Georgetown University, won a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University, and got a law degree from Yale University. He served as legislative head of Arkansas and turned into the President in 1993, serving two terms.

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George Washington 5% Washington had two intrigues: military procedure and western extension. In 1754 he battled in the French and Indian War. He dauntlessly drove his troops in the Revolutionary War however ached to resign to his fields at Mount Vernon.

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George Washington 5% In 1787 the Electoral College collectively chose Washington President. At the point when Thomas Jefferson prescribed the U.S. take sides in the French Revolution War, Washington denied and demanded a nonpartisan course until the United States could become more grounded. Washington kicked the bucket at Mount Vernon from a throat contamination on December 14, 1799.

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Want to take in more? Visit a connection underneath and compose a passage about your most loved President. Reagan Kennedy Lincoln Clinton Washington

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Ronald Reagan White House Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan Library The Reagan Information Page American Presidents: Reagan

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John F. Kennedy White House Kennedy John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library Home Page Encyclopedia Americana: John F . Kennedy American Presidents: Kennedy

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Abraham Lincoln White House Lincoln The History Place Presents Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln Online American Presidents: Lincoln

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Bill Clinton White House Clinton Presidential Center Encyclopedia Americana: Bill Clinton American President: Clinton

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George Washington White House Washington George Washington Encyclopedia Americana: George Washington American President: Washington

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